Unofficial Primary Election Results


Unofficial Primary Election Results


[Update 6/11/20 @ 4 pm] - Unofficial results for Pickens County from the June 9th Primary Election below:

Local RUNOFFS on August 11th:
Tax Commissioner - Amy L. Gibson & Daniel Reeves
BOE Post 1 - Donna Enis & Thomas H. Gartrell

Commissioner Chair - Kristopher 'Kris' Stancil

Sheriff - Donald E. Craig

BOE Post 4 - Sue Finley

State House Rep District 11 - Rick Jasperse (R) & Kayla Hollifield (D)

State House Rep District 51 - Steve Gooch (R) & June Krise (D)

State Senate District 54 - Chuck Payne (R)

US House Rep District 14 - RUNOFF Marjorie Taylor Greene & John Cowan (R) & Kevin Van Ausdal (D)

US House Rep District 9 - RUNOFF Andrew Clyde & Matt Gurtler (R) & Devin Pandy & Brooke Siskin (D)

US Senate - David A. Perdue (R) & Jon Ossoff (D)

Secretary of State Election Results

Unofficial results for Pickens County from the June 9th Primary Election - view all @


Posted by KnowPickens onThursday, June 11, 2020

General Election is on November 3, 2020.

[Update 6/10/20 @ 4 pm] -
UPDATE: Most ballots are counted except problem (25 to 30) and provisional ballots. Link below to results.

Runoff on August 11th for Board of Education Post 1 (Donna Enis and Thomas H. Gartrell) and Tax Commissioner (too close to call until all ballots counted).


Commissioner Chair - Kristopher 'Kris' Stancil

Sheriff - Donnie Craig

Board of Education Post 4 - Sue Finley

[Update 6/10/20 @ 12:12 pm] - Absentee ballots all that remain to be counted. In process now. Link below to current results.

[Update 6/10/20 @ 12:43 am] - Pickens County Board of Elections and Registration voted to resume counting ballots Wednesday, June 10th at 10 am after allowance by state. Results at Secretary of State link below do not include Ludville, advanced voting (2,307), and absentee (estimated 3,000+).

[Update 11:16 pm] Georgia Secretary of State waited to publish any election results until after all polls closed in Georgia at 10:10 pm.

Pickens County is halfway through opening absentee ballots and state employee stated a speedbump in scanning them.


Superior Court Judge issues an Order that requires and authorizes the polls for the precincts of Sharp Top, Hill, and Ludville to remain open until 8:00 P.M. June 9, 2020.


Polls were to be opened June 9, 2020 at 7:00 A.M. for voting in the primary election. Because of equipment issues that were not caused by Petitioners and which were beyond the control of Petitioners, the precincts of Sharp Top, Hill, and Ludville were not able to open until 8:00 A.M.

Georgia law guarantees a twelve hour window for citizens to cast their votes in a primary election. Georgia law empowers the Superior Court Judge to issue an order to secure compliance with the laws pertaining to primary voting.

The voters of the precincts of Sharp Top, Hill, and Ludville have been unfairly deprived of one hour to vote in the June 9, 2020 primary election.

Read entire order

Hill City Elementary School
600 Hill Cir.
Jasper, GA 30143

Ludville Community Center
30 Wildwood Ln.
Talking Rock, GA 30175

Fellowship Presbyterian Church
389 Bent Tree Dr.
Jasper, GA 30143

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